Snow Buddies

DVD Release: February 5, 2008
Snow Buddies
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Synopsis

Disney’s adorable talking puppies are back, and this time they venture to the frosty arctic and team up with new friends in a thrilling race across America.

When the going gets tough, the daring dogs have to band together with their new friends,Talon and Shasta, and muster up the courage to face the fur-raising challenges ahead. But will they have what it takes to win the race and find their way back home?

Joine the buddies for more fun and more action in this all-new heartwarming film about the power of teamwork and following your dreams, featuring the voice talent of Dylan Sprouse (The Suite Life of Zack and Cody) and exclusive bonus features.

Dove Review

This is a delightful tale about talking dogs in Alaska who help make young Adam’s (Dominic Scott Kay) dreams come true to race a team in the annual dog sled race. Of course, the humans can’t hear the dogs talk but the dogs understand one another with no problem. There is a villain in the race named Jean George (John Kapelos) who cheats with devious tactics such as cutting the sled rope of a fellow racer, or by cracking a whip on another racer! The viewer will be cheering for young Adam to defeat the villain.

Dominic Scott Kay, previously interviewed by Dove, gives a fine performance as the determined young boy who also manages to show mercy to the merciless Jean George. He also demonstrates his faith in God by praying and his prayer is answered. In one humorous scene Adam poses for a picture out in the snow and says “Freeze” instead of “Cheese”! This DVD is one for the entire family, especially the kids, and we gladly award it our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal. The Snow Buddies are pals you can depend on!

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: Butt-1
Violence: The villain uses a whip on another racer and cuts off another one, slightly injuring the racer but he recovers; he cuts the rope of another racer and the racer goes over the hill but escapes unscathed;
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: Some dog flatulence; a scene of meditation including some kids; what appears to be a Buddha statue is seen and a character talks about seeking inner peace; a nice couple of scenes in which a character prays to God; one wise old dog says sometimes one just needs faith.

Info

Company: Disney
Writer: Anna McRoberts and Robert Vince
Director: Robert Vince
Producer: Anna McRoberts and Robert Vince
Genre: Adventure
Runtime: 87 min.
Industry Rating: G
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter